Paris, je t’aime.
Paris, je t’aime.
There’s a reason why they call L.A. the “City of Angels.”
Including the most gloriously entertaining airline safety video ever, everything you need to know about the cuttlefish, and the ultimate test of who’s better at doing stuff: drunk adults or regular babies.
You’re going to want to watch this in full-screen HD.
… And it’s actually incredibly moving.
Give me a moment while I dab my eyes.
Plus the year in hot dog innovation, 13 pop stars who sang for dictators, and Frasier… with lasers.
A travelling crew shot this beautiful video in 11 days in parks around the American Southwest.
Beautiful time-lapse footage through Antarctica’s Ross Sea.
The folks over at Teehan+Lax created this stunning video of the San Francisco landscape using a technique called hyperlapse photography and the data from Google Street View.
Because who doesn’t love a good time-lapse?
One filmmaker recorded 15 locations in Central Park twice a week for six months to capture the beauty of the Fall season. The results are stunning.
An incredibly smooth time lapse shot in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen by the motion timelapse artist zweizwei. Mesmerizing, especially once you get to the :50 second mark.
Shot over the course of 7 weeks at the Grand Canyon, this film is made from over 80,000 photos. It includes the solar eclipse that occurred on May 20,2012.
Artist Patrick Vale filmed this video of himself drawing an insanely detailed NYC cityscape.
Take 2:30 seconds to watch this time-lapse video. You won’t regret it.
Give this man ALL the coins! Artist Chris Carlson creates a 3D sidewalk chalk masterpiece in this time-lapse video.
Do yourself a favor and watch this gorgeous time-lapse video full screen in 1080p. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed.
In honor of One World Trade Center becoming the tallest building in New York, EarthCam has released an exciting time-lapse movie showcasing the construction progress from 2004-2012. Watch years of construction in just two minutes!
A time-lapse of Yosemite Park shot “over an extended period of time” that would make Hitler cure cancer and Ansel Adams shit his pants. Music: “Outro,” from M83’s album “Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming.”
17 countries, 343 days, one incredible adventure.
In case you weren’t on board either of Expeditions 28 or 29 earlier this year, the crew members took beautiful photos of Earth while aboard the International Space Station from August to October. This is midnight eye candy well worth your time. Watch Video ›
You think your commute to work and around town is terrible? It’s nothing compared to the chaotic and mesmerizing traffic in Ho Chi Minh City.
1970 marked the first New York City Marathon, with only 55 participants. Yesterday, the marathon reached 47,000 people running on the streets of NYC. Here is a beautiful time-lapse of the now annual MTA video sponsoring the event.
Just a heads up, kids. This is what your life looks like after you have a baby … but without the Benny Hill track. Every. Single. Day. Watch Video ›
This is gorgeous. Since 22nd of July 2011 most of the articles about Norway have been about the terrible terrorism attack that took place at Oslo and Utoya. This video shows a quite different picture of Norway, the beautiful Hardanger Fjord in the Western part of the country. Take the time to honor the victims and the next of kin, and remember that Norway is still a strong (perhaps even stronger than before) democratic country, and that fact will never change. Watch Video ›
Amazing footage taken at the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) located in the Atacama Desert, Chile, shows the rotation of the Earth from the perspective of the stars. Pretty, mesmerizing. Watch Video ›